Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz Were Reportedly Showing Some PDA at a Met Gala After Party

Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum spent summer 2021 hanging in New York City together, including one instance where they shared a bike. But are they just friends? A couple? Who’s to say?

Both celebs attended the 2021 Met gala on Monday, September 13, and afterwards, per People, headed to an after party hosted by Alicia Keys. That’s where, sources say, things got handsy.  

They “did not take their hands off of each other,” an insider told People

People reports that Keys’s after party was star-studded; attendees apparently included Michael Jordan, Leonardo DiCaprio, Queen Latifah, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Elon Musk, Ciara, and Gabrielle Union. If any of them are reading this right now, please spill the tea on Kravitz and Tatum at your earliest convenience. 

Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum, who follows four Kravitz fan accounts on Instagram, were brought together recently because Tatum is starring in  Kravitz’s directorial debut, Pussy Island (not making this up). Naomi Ackie will also star in the film, which Kravitz co-wrote. In the movie, Tatum plays a philanthropist and tech mogul named Slater King who holds a gathering on his private island. 

Kravitz told Deadline, “Chan was my first choice, the one I thought of when I wrote this character. I just knew from Magic Mike and his live shows, I got the sense he’s a true feminist and I wanted to collaborate with someone who was clearly interested in exploring this subject matter.”

There is, of course, a chance they’re trolling us here. Maybe Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum are simply giving the people exactly what they want: horny content to satiate our thirst as we remain dry throughout this pandemic. Either way, give me their movie, more bike rides, and gossip from the Met gala, please. This is all we have!

Amazon Is Hiding Some Seriously Chic Fall Sweaters

With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, we now have our eyes set on the best sweaters on Amazon. (It’s the autumn chill, you know?) For those of you who have yet to discover the gold mine that is Amazon Fashion, consider today your lucky day. The online retailer’s clothing section is home to a ton of quality pieces, if only you take the time to look—which we decided to do for you. 

Of course, like everything sold on Amazon, the range of options is virtually endless. From Amazon’s affordable in-house label, Amazon Essentials, to big-name brands like Free People and Staud in The Shop, the site has everything you need for sweater weather and beyond.  

Leopard-print mock necks, dip-dye sweatshirts, and tiny cardigans are all up for grabs with Amazon’s signature two-day shipping policy, so if you’re in need of some cold-weather staples, now’s prime time (see what we did there?) to stock up. Like we said, choices abound, so we narrowed it down to a dozen styles that caught our eye. Ahead, 15 of the best sweaters on Amazon to add to cart. 

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Talking Morning Routines, Workplace Rejection, and Dream Jobs with Tarana Burke

Her childhood dream job:

A fashion editor. I wanted to be a writer, from a very young age, so I should say writing in some form. That kind of shifted into fashion at about 13 or 14, when I became obsessed with Vogue magazine, Glamour, and Elle. I would get all these fashion magazines and devour them. I always wanted to write in some capacity, and I just knew it was going to be fashion. 

How she deals with rejection in the workplace:

As the person in a leadership position, I trust my team. That’s the reason why I hired them; that’s the reason why we are successful. So when they reject my ideas, it’s never really a rejection. It’s more like we all agree that this other way is better. I have to kind of swallow that. It doesn’t hurt me—I trust that they know better than I do. Part of accepting rejection is also some humility that says, “I’m not the smartest person in the room all the time.” It’s different if somebody is like, “No. Get out of here. That’s dumb.” I don’t want to be a part of that team. That means I don’t belong in that space because I don’t want to be around people who will be that disrespectful.

Her biggest workplace challenge:

My biggest workplace challenge is keeping up with all the moving pieces. I’ve spent a lot of years being completely involved in every aspect of the work that I’m doing or the work that I’m leading. Part of my work now does involve me being a public-facing figure or representative for the organization and the movement. So that means that I can’t be in the granular stuff, and that’s really difficult.

The moment she realized, “I’m successful”: 

Years ago we joined MySpace. We really just joined to have a place to house the information about the work, like a website, because we couldn’t afford a website. When it started trickling out, and we started getting responses from people around the country, saying, “This is brilliant. How can we join? I want to support. I want to be a part of it.” It was validating on one hand that the young people were receptive, but it was a completely different level of “Oh yeah, we’re onto something. This is super necessary.”

Her favorite treat after a long, productive day:

My husband is the chef in the house. He does a good deal of the cooking, and he has started making these pound cakes from scratch. Oh my God, they’re so good. I’ll come downstairs, and I can smell it in the house. I keep saying, “Hey, please stop making these.” He’s like, “Well, don’t eat it.” That’s not an option. If you make it, I’m going to eat it. I get a cold glass of milk and a warm piece of pound cake.

Tarana Burke’s Workday Essentials

I’m not really a techie person, but I was gifted a Google Home. I love it because I just say, “Google, when’s my next meeting?” “Google, what time is my dentist?” I talk to my little assistant all day.

Google Home Mini

$39.99$34.99

Best Buy

I chew on crushed ice all day, probably because I’m anemic and need iron, but that’s another conversation. Occasionally, I add apple juice, which is my favorite juice. I usually like to fill a tall glass with crushed ice, drink all the apple juice, and then chew on the ice. I focus that way.

I have to have my pen. The kind that you twist. I need them to be a certain width, a little fat but not too bad.

My big sticky notes. I am obsessed with sticky notes. They’re all over the place, and I very rarely use the little square ones. Mine are 5″x7″ and bigger. I write whole outlines on sticky notes all over my computer screen.

Post-it Notes

$5.49

Target

I’m a big fan of Free People and Anthropologie. I’m a size 14, and you’d think they don’t fit us because they advertise to the California yoga free-spirited white woman, but their clothes do fit. Their large and extra large fit, and they have the best lounge clothes. Quarantine turned us into homebodies, so all my clothes are lounge clothes. I have a ton of pants from Free People and Anthropologie, and their loose-fitting, flowy tops and T-shirts.

Sweatshirt Dress

$49.95

Anthropologie

The Way Home Joggers

$60

Free People

Janae McKenzie is a contributing writer for Glamour.

Tarana Burke Has the Best Advice for Workplace Rejection

Her childhood dream job:

A fashion editor. I wanted to be a writer, from a very young age, so I should say writing in some form. That kind of shifted into fashion at about 13 or 14, when I became obsessed with Vogue magazine, Glamour, and Elle. I would get all these fashion magazines and devour them. I always wanted to write in some capacity, and I just knew it was going to be fashion. 

How she deals with rejection in the workplace:

As the person in a leadership position, I trust my team. That’s the reason why I hired them, that’s the reason why we are successful. So when they reject my ideas, it’s never really a rejection. It’s more like we all agree that this other way is better. I have to kind of swallow that. It doesn’t hurt me—I trust that they know better than I do. Part of accepting rejection is also some humility that says, “I’m not the smartest person in the room all the time.” It’s different if somebody is like, “No. Get out of here. That’s dumb.” I don’t want to be a part of that team. That means I don’t belong in that space because I don’t want to be around people who will be that disrespectful.

Her biggest workplace challenge:

My biggest workplace challenge is keeping up with all the moving pieces. I’ve spent a lot of years being completely involved in every aspect of the work that I’m doing or the work that I’m leading. Part of my work now does involve me being a public-facing figure or representative for the organization and the movement. So that means that I can’t be in the granular stuff, and that’s really difficult.

The moment she realized, “I’m successful”: 

Years ago, we joined MySpace. We really just joined to have a place to house the information about the work, like a website, because we couldn’t afford a website. When it started trickling out, and we started getting responses from people around the country saying, “This is brilliant. How can we join? I want to support. I want to be a part of it.” It was validating on one hand that the young people were receptive, but it was a completely different level of, “Oh yeah, we’re onto something. This is super necessary.”

Her favorite treat after a long, productive day:

My husband is the chef in the house. He does a good deal of the cooking, and he has started making these pound cakes from scratch. Oh my god, they’re so good. I’ll come downstairs, and I can smell it in the house. I keep saying, “Hey, please stop making these.” He’s like, “Well, don’t eat it.” That’s not even a fair question. That’s not an option. If you make it, I’m going to eat it. I get a cold glass of milk and a warm piece of pound cake.

Tarana Burke’s Workday Essentials

I’m not really a techie person, but I was gifted a Google Home. I love it because I just say, “Google, when’s my next meeting? Google, what time is my dentist?” I talk to my little assistant all day.

Google Home Mini

$39.99$34.99

Best Buy

I chew on crushed ice all day, probably because I’m anemic and need iron, but that’s another conversation. Occasionally, I add apple juice, which is my favorite juice. I usually like fill a tall glass with crushed ice, drink all the apple juice, and then chew on the ice. I focus that way.

I have to have my pen. The kind that you twist. I need them to be a certain width, a little fat but not too bad.

My big sticky notes. I am obsessed with sticky notes. They’re all over the place, and I very rarely use the little square ones. Mine are 5 x 7 and bigger. I write whole outlines on sticky notes all over my computer screen.

Post-it Notes

$5.49

Target

I’m a big fan of Free People and Anthropologie. I’m a size 14, and you’d think they don’t fit us because they advertise to the California yoga free-spirited white woman, but their clothes do fit. Their large and extra large fit, and they have the best lounge clothes. Quarantine turned us into homebodies, so all my clothes are lounge clothes. I have a ton pants from Free People and Anthropologie, and their loose-fitting, flowy tops and T-shirts.

Sweatshirt Dress

$49.95

Anthropologie

The Way Home Joggers

$60

Free People

Janae McKenzie is a contributing writer for Glamour.

25 Ridiculously Cozy Knits You’re Going to Live in This Fall

Forget pants, coats, even boots—the first thing we gravitate toward when temps dip are the best fall sweaters. Don’t get us wrong, we’re all for ribbed tank tops and airy shirt dresses when it’s hot as sin outside, but nothing makes us feel as cozy as being swaddled in layers of soft fabric on chilly days. And while you may have a box of last year’s fall clothes in storage waiting to be unpacked, this year’s assortment of knitwear is looking exceptionally promising.

Sweater vests, long-sleeve polos, and mohair cardigans primed for an ab reveal are all in the mix—and for good reason: They’re equal parts timeless and on-trend, and perfectly versatile for nailing transitional dressing during this awkward in-between time of year. Some of these aforementioned styles err on the chunky side, but the majority come in lightweight fabrics and relaxed fits that you can effortlessly throw over your favorite jeans—not to mention under a number of fall jackets, like blazers and teddy bombers

From nautical knits to retro fits, round out your closet with one of the 25 best fall sweaters, below. 

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Britney Spears Posted ‘I’m Counting for My Freedom,’ Then Her Instagram Account Was Deleted

Just days after she used it to gleefully announce her engagement to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari, Britney Spears is no longer on Instagram.

On Tuesday, September 14, the pop icon’s Instagram suddenly became unavailable. If you google “Britney Spears Instagram” right now, the first thing that pops up is a link to her page, with hundreds of posts and 34 million followers. But actually click on it and…the link cannot be found. 

Per Variety, right before her account was deleted, Spears posted, “Growing up in a world where basically almost everything I did was controlled by someone else… I hope this message gets to people who have been confused or manipulated by a system !!!! No … you’re not alone and no … you’re not crazy !!!! People need to hear this before it’s TOO LATE !!!! I’ve waited 13 years and counting for my freedom !!!!!” These words were accompanied by a screenshot of an article titled “Infusing education with heart.” 

Asghari’s page remains up. His most recent post to the grid is of himself kissing Spears while she flashes her engagement ring at the camera. He also used the platform to joke about all the “prenup” comments the couple got following their good news. “Thank you for the overwhelming love and congratulations,” he wrote in an Instagram Stories post. “We both love every single one of you! Thank you for your concern about the prenup! Of course we’re getting iron clad prenup to protect my Jeep and shoe collection in case she dumps me one day.” 

For many years now, Britney Spears’s Instagram has been fans’ primary way of connecting with her. In fact, it was the hosts of a podcast called Britney’s ’Gram (which celebrated the pop star’s social presence) who brought the #FreeBritney movement into the mainstream. #FreeBritney, of course, is aimed at ending the conservatorship Spears has been under for 13 years.

Britney Spears Said She’s ‘Counting’ Down to Her ‘Freedom,’ Then Her Instagram Was Deleted

UPDATE: September 14, 2021—Britney Spears took to Twitter to explain why her Instagram account was deleted. “Don’t worry folks … just taking a little break from social media to celebrate my engagement !!!! I’ll be back soon,” she wrote.

ORIGINAL STORY:

Just days after she used it to gleefully announce her engagement to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari, Britney Spears is no longer on Instagram.

On Tuesday, September 14, the pop icon’s Instagram suddenly became unavailable. If you google “Britney Spears Instagram” right now, the first thing that pops up is a link to her page, with hundreds of posts and 34 million followers. But actually click on it and…the link cannot be found. 

Per Variety, right before her account was deleted, Spears posted, “Growing up in a world where basically almost everything I did was controlled by someone else… I hope this message gets to people who have been confused or manipulated by a system !!!! No … you’re not alone and no … you’re not crazy !!!! People need to hear this before it’s TOO LATE !!!! I’ve waited 13 years and counting for my freedom !!!!!” These words were accompanied by a screenshot of an article titled “Infusing education with heart.” 

Sources told Page Six it was Spears’s decision to delete her Instagram. However, fans are still concerned. #WhereIsBritney quickly started trending on Twitter.

Asghari’s page remains up. His most recent post to the grid is of himself kissing Spears while she flashes her engagement ring at the camera. He also used the platform to joke about all the “prenup” comments the couple got following their good news. “Thank you for the overwhelming love and congratulations,” he wrote in an Instagram Stories post. “We both love every single one of you! Thank you for your concern about the prenup! Of course we’re getting iron clad prenup to protect my Jeep and shoe collection in case she dumps me one day.” 

For many years now, Britney Spears’s Instagram has been fans’ primary way of connecting with her. In fact, it was the hosts of a podcast called Britney’s ’Gram (which celebrated the pop star’s social presence) who brought the #FreeBritney movement into the mainstream. #FreeBritney, of course, is aimed at ending the conservatorship Spears has been under for 13 years.

These Charlotte Tilbury Products Are Worth The Hype

Tiktokers may just be discovering the best Charlotte Tilbury products—try to find a tutorial without one, we dare you—but in the beauty world, the brand is the stuff of legend. For starters, Charlotte Tilbury herself is the iconic makeup artist responsible for the looks of countless celebrities (she even did Amal Clooney’s wedding-day makeup) and editorials. She’s well-known in the industry for sleeping in a full-on smoky eye (legend has it her husband has never seen her without makeup on), and in 2013 she launched her namesake beauty line in order to share some of her signature bombshell glam with the world.

Like Tilbury’s personal makeup style, the line focuses heavily on ‘90s-inspired smoky eyes, and plush lips, and the brand’s glowing skin essentials having been trending on TikTok for months (the Light Wands are still out of stock everywhere after going viral in April). 

Chances are if you ask any makeup lover what to buy from the line, they’ll point you in the direction of one of its cult products, such as the universally flattering Pillow Talk Lipstick or Filmstar Bronze & Glow for a natural contour. But the rest of the collection is just as strong. However, with products this luxe, you want to be sure you’re getting the right fit for you, so the line can be a little intimidating. Fear not, as we’ve been testing the collection since it’s inception, and know what’s worth the investment. Scroll on for the best Charlotte Tilbury products our editors can’t live without.

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Megan Fox, Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker, and Machine Gun Kelly All Kissed in a Bathroom

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker once again accompanied their best couple friends Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly to an event: the 2021 MTV VMAs. After going on a double date to see an MMA fight in March, the foursome met up in New York City to, um, make out in a bathroom. Like, we don’t know how else to put it.

Posing for pictures (in the bathroom? In the bathroom…) the two twosomes opted against a classic pose like Charlie’s Angels or “smiling” and decided to touch all their tongues. 

The photo made the rounds over the weekend, but plenty are still giving it the meme treatment, like comedian Niccole Thurman, who brilliantly joked about what it must have been like to take the snap.

Kardashian herself posted it to Instagram on Tuesday, September 14, with the caption, “Don’t mind us.” She also added one of herself and Fox smiling…in front of urinals, it seems. Nope, not minding at all, just want to make sure everyone has enough hand sanitizer in their tiny purses.

And while the girls are happy posing up a storm together, the boys have a strong friendship, too. On August 9, Kelly posted a video showing off his matching arm tattoos with Barker, promising a new collaboration was on its way. “’born with horns’ the album. we’re back for round two…” he wrote.

Megan Fox in particular had a very busy weekend. The night after she and her three nearest and dearest attended the VMAs, she walked the red carpet at the Met gala, trading in her see-through “naked” dress for red sparkles, blunt bangs, and a braided ponytail that snaked all the way down her back. Celebrating both looks on Instagram, Fox wrote, “Just me out here ignoring and defying all of your puritanical emotionally repressed projections of what a woman should be.”

If you’re gonna set tongues literally wagging, you might as well own it.

Annie Murphy Wants You To Consider Your Birth Control Options

On season four of Schitt’s Creek, a positive pregnancy test leads everyone to assume that Alexis is pregnant. Long story short, she’s not…but Moira advises Johnny to factor birth control into his budget planning. Just in case. As she puts it, “Tomorrow’s another day.” 

Off screen, Alexis—or rather, Annie Murphy, the actor who plays her—has her birth control covered. The Kevin Can F**k Himself star recently partnered in a new campaign with Phexxi, a hormone-free, use-it-when-you-need-it prescription vaginal gel used to prevent pregnancy. For Murphy, the switch to Phexxi was like a relief after years of hormonal birth control. 

“I started the pill when I was 16, because that’s what everyone did,” she tells Glamour. “I didn’t question it. There was no education about it. But it made me very much not myself. I would have really shitty mood swings and feel disconnected. Eventually, I figured out that it was because I was on hormones, all day, every day.” 

Now, she administers Phexxi as she needs it. “It provides so much more freedom,” she says. “The pill—in my personal experience—truly changed my personality. That is no longer something I have to worry about.” 

And what else is on Annie Murphy’s mind these days? We checked in with the star for our latest installment of Your Fave’s Faves

The best thing in my closet

I would describe my style as “comfortable as possible without looking like I’ve just been in bed for a week.” I’ve been doing a lot of thrift shopping recently, and I almost always have things from Zara in my cart. That’s really it—I do not like shopping. It stresses me out. I get waves, maybe twice a year, where I’m like, “Today’s the day!” And then I go out and do as much shopping as possible, because I know I’m not going to do it for another six months. 

But after being so schlubby during the pandemic, I did have a fantastical goal of having a whole new style and putting effort into how I look. And so far…you know how it is. The best thing in my closet right now is a T-shirt I bought at the thrift store for $3. It’s so hard to find a shirt that’s perfectly broken in, and it’s so cozy and soft and just the right fit. 

The beauty products I love

I just found out about Weleda, and I really love their stuff. I also use this face mask from time to time from Sand & Sky. It’s an Australian pink clay face mask that’s shockingly effective immediately after you take it off. Those two products are my staples. 

Weleda Skin Food Original Ultra-Rich Cream

Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay Porefining Face Mask

$37.91

Amazon

The snacks that are always in my fridge

I love the thought of cooking so much. I had a whole pandemic to get my shit together and I haven’t, so I don’t have the highest hopes for myself. But it really is something I aspire to be able to do. At some point. But my favorite snacks are Goldfish crackers and Haribo gummy bears. As for drinks, I like grapefruit La Croix and a nice, crisp IPA. 

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers

$6.28

Amazon

LaCroix Pamplemousse Grapefruit Sparkling Water

$14.66

Amazon

The last great book I read

I just finished The Little Friend by Donna Tartt. I love her writing so, so much. I loved that book very much and would recommend it.

My favorite scent

I did a big splurge two years ago and bought Santal 33 by Le Labo. I still have half a bottle. It’s kind of everyone’s go-to, but I love it. 

Le Labo Santal 33 Eau de Parfum

$83

Nordstrom